Project Veritas received $1.7 million last year from charity associated with the Koch brothers - 2017-12-02

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F43.png Project Veritas received $1.7 million last year from charity associated with the Koch brothers December 2, 2017, Robert O'Harrow, Washington Post

Project Veritas, an activist group that mounts undercover video stings of liberals and mainstream news organizations, received nearly $1.7 million in donations last year from a giant charity associated with the Koch brothers, according to documents filed with the Internal Revenue Service.

The donations pushed Project Veritas contributions to new highs during the 2016 presidential election and highlight the prominent spot the group occupies in a national network of conservative nonprofits that strongly supported Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Project Veritas, a tax-exempt public charity, purports to expose what it calls dishonesty and corruption. An operative working with the group in recent weeks falsely claimed to two Washington Post reporters that U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore impregnated her as a teenager. The Post did not publish a story based on her account, which collapsed under reporters' scrutiny.

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{{cite news | first = Robert | last = O'Harrow | title = Project Veritas received $1.7 million last year from charity associated with the Koch brothers | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/project-veritas-received-17-million-last-year-from-koch-backed-charity/2017/12/01/143e13ca-d6d3-11e7-9461-ba77d604373d_story.html | work = Washington Post | date = December 2, 2017 | accessdate = September 20, 2018 }}